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1 International Recovery Plan for the Eastern Imperial Eagle 7th International Conference on the Conservation of the Eastern Imperial Eagle, 4 October 2013, Bratislava, Slovakia

2 Unofficial list moderator: András Conferences/Workshops Budapest, Hungary (Hungary-Slovakia) Budapest, Hungary (Hungary-Slovakia) Királyrét, Hungary (International –Action Plan) Budapest, Hungary (International) Budapest, Hungary (International) Topolovgrad, Bulgaria (International) Bratislava, Slovakia (International) ? Proceedings on the European status of the EIE – Aquila 2002 (1998 Conference updates by 2000) – Acta Zool. Bulg (2008 Conference updates by 2010) International Imperial Eagle Working Group (IIEWG)

3 Action Plan The valid Action Plan: Heredia, B. (1996) International action plan for the imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca). BirdLife International. 36 pp. Based on 1993 (20 years old!) data The only action plan not updated for so long BirdLife will propose the update for the EC in a coordination meeting on Species Recovery plans on the 20th of November 2013

4 Regional Action Plans Balkan Stoychev, S., Zeitz, R. & Grubac, B. (2004) Action Plan for the Conservation of the Imperial Eagle in the Balkan Peninsula. Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds, Haskovo. 36 pp. South-Caucasus Horváth, M., Kovács, A. & Gallo-Orsi, U. (2006): Action Plan for Imperial Eagle (Aquila heliaca) in the Southern-Caucasus. BirdLife International, Wageningen. 45 pp. Hungary (Management guidelines) Kovács, A., Horváth, M., Demeter, I., Fülöp, Gy., Frank, T. & Szilvácsku, Zs. (2005): Imperial Eagle Management Guidelines. MME BirdLife Hungary, Budapest. 156 pp. Visegrad countries/Carpathian region: To be prepared in 2013

5 Recovery Plan instead of Action Plan BirdLife Report for the Commission (2012): METHODOLOGY FOR BIRD SPECIES RECOVERY PLANNING IN THE EUROPEAN UNION vation/wildbirds/action_plans/docs/final_report. pdf 427 pp. Recommendations for the format of SRP: pp

6 Aims of the workshops Morning: THREATS – Define specific threats (plenary) – Split to 4 working groups: define subproblems and the root of the problems Afternoon: ACTIONS – Define results to be achieved (plenary) – Split to 4 working groups: define actions Outputs: – Problem tree (threats) – List of actions

7 Problem tree Level 1: Mechanism through which the threats operate Level 2: Specific threats Level 3: Immediate causes of threats Level 4: Root causes of threats

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9 After the conference Communication in the EIE list Subscribe if not a member! (write Andras) MME will communicate with the EC through BirdLife International about possibilities (hopefully we will be contracted by EC/BirdLife) National coordinators should be named (one person/country who collect and summarize data from all relevant national experts) Tables and maps will be sent to fill in the national data First version of the plan will be sent in 2014

10 Threats Importance: Critical: Causing or likely to cause very rapid declines (>30% over 10 years) High: Causing or likely to cause rapid declines (20-30% over 10 years) Medium: Causing or likely to cause relatively slow, but significant, declines (10-20% over 10 years) Low: Causing or likely to cause fluctuations Local: Causing or likely to cause negligible declines Unknown: Factor likely to affect the species but unknown to what extent

11 Actions Priority: – Essential – High – Medium – Low Time scale – Immediate: completed within the next year – Short: completed within the next 3 years – Medium: completed within the next 5 years – Long: completed within the next 10 years – Ongoing: currently being implemented and should continue – Completed: completed during preparation of the SSAP


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